Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic A: Working with XML
Error messages
Explanation
If your document does not specify content for each tag in the schema, a schema
violation occurs. Word uses several indicators to alert you to schema violations, as
shown in Exhibit 7-5.
 One indication is a wavy purple line that appears to the left of the document
element in which the violation occurs.
 Another indication appears in the XML Structure pane. In the “Elements in the
document” list, a question-mark icon appears next to the element in which the
violation occurs.
When a schema violation indicator appears, you can examine the indicated element and
fix it. When you point to the question-mark icon in the XML Structure pane, a message
appears, describing the violation. When you fix the violation, the schema violation
indicators disappear.
Exhibit 7-5: Indicators of schema validation problems
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